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Pictures of ST Eagles by Ildikó Baranyi

Dec 24, 2018 / Comment

An immature 2cy Short-toed Eagle having the secondaries of the juvenile plumageIldikó Baranyi is a wildlife photographer living in Romania. A lot of excellent pictures of the local nature are presented on her website. Among them you can find a photo-gallery dedicated to Short-toed Eagles. The eagles in intermediate and adult plumage, clear signs of the plumage replacement can be seen in the photos. All of them were taken in Romania, including ones of a 2cy individual summering in Europe.

 

2009’s photos from Bernard Joubert

Jul 19, 2009 / 1 Comment

These scenes of life in Short-toed Eagles’ nest were fixed by Bernard Joubert in Haute-Loire /map/ this year:

Some photos of a succesful attempt somewhere in France

Short-toed Eagle. Bernard Joubert. 2009

Area: southern Auvergne. Altitude: 870 m above sea level. Tree: pine Pinus sylvestris. Height: 6 meters.

The egg was laid near the 8th of April, the hatching happened around the 24th of May. The young bird took off the 30th of July, early afternoon. He was 67 days old. It was the twelfth succesful take-off in this site in 14 years.
The first visit – very discreet-happened when the chick was 10 days old. Between the 21th of June and the 30th of July, nine observatory sessions (circa 30 hours). Here is a photografic summary.

Bernard Joubert

 

Max Montaina’s photo album

Jan 29, 2006 / Comment
Short-toed Eagle. Montaina's photos

One of photo albums of wildlife photographer Max Montaina. This work is dedicated to the adult and immature Short-toed Eagles. They are photographed on the ground at a short distance. Resolution of the photos is about 800×600 px.